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United States Blacklists Boko Haram Sponsors

by Austin Areh
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Understanding the situation of things, has given birth to a clearer image about the real issue, which is the mindset of a typical Nigerian, that mindset is the set back to our greatness because we have everything we need to become great but we are in the sea, and still have packs of detergent in our eyes, What is amazing is that, we will also look at others and beg them for water, this is sad.

The Nigerian system needs to start looking inward, and our leaders need to make everyone understand that they have a job to do, their job is not to serve they, the leaders, but the masses of the country, they must note that why they are chosen to follow the office portfolio is because the government cannot reach everybody from a distance and so, with giving them different roles, they are charged to be bridges between the government and her people and not castle walls, that hinder a free flow of channels of information, that can enhance growth and development in the country.

The institutions put in place to protect lives and properties must be very effective to ensure the continuous growth of every environment, while Nigeria has been Plagued with terrorist attacks from the Boko Haram sect, the America government has released names of suspected sponsors some of the names are Surajo Muhammad and Salihu Adamu, who were sentenced to life imprisonment while the remaining four, Ibrahim Alhassan, AbdurRahman Musa, Bashir Yusuf and Muhammad Isa have been charged with ten years imprisonments.

The United States actions follows the United Arab Emirates’ prosecution and conviction of the individuals for supporting terrorism , which in records has claimed

The lives of  100,000 people in Northern Nigeria since 2009.

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